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Cricket 12-23-2009 05:13 AM

Gamers Forum Rules (Read Before Posting)
 
Yup it's true! Even some of our most successful web developers, designers, and business owners enjoy playing a quick game or two to clear their minds and escape the stresses of life now and then. The V7N Gamers Forum give our members a place to hang out and have mature discussions about games tips and strategies; share cheats, screenshots, and more.

In additional to our general forum rules which must be understood before participating here in the Gamers Forum, we do have additional rules specific to this forum.
  • No selling gold links or farming services threads.
  • No gambling games such as online poker, blackjack, etc.
Gaming topics can become heated very quickly without strong guidelines in place for the community. To help prevent conflict or issues, we ask that you keep the following in mind at all times.

Stating Facts - If you are stating something as fact, take the time to research the topic, and include credible references to back up your statement.

Stating Opinions - If you are stating something as your opinion, make it clear that it is only your opinion, and explain why you feel that way.

Misrepresenting The Words of Other Posters - One way for a discussion to get out of hand very quickly is by misrepresenting what others have said in their posts. A lot of this can be prevented simply by using the quote button. If you are not sure what someone means, take the time to ask them to explain further, rather than assuming or using your own interpretation of their words.

Hit and Run Posting - If you decide to join a topic, don't just post and run, without being prepared to back up what you have said, when others respond.

Choose Your Words Carefully - Try to remember that there are real people, with real feelings, on the other end of the monitor who are reading your words. Use respect at all times!

Step Away - If a topic has reached the point that you are about to say things that you may regret later, don't be afraid to respectfully excuse yourself from the conversation for a bit, while you take time to regain your composure.

Added:

Do not self promote - Please add your links to your signature. This isn't a free advertising forum.


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